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supermarket shits and misses...yours please...

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Megglevache Mon 04-Feb-13 18:36:14

Misses: SAINSBOS own cocktail sausages....erm....bread pushed together with some meat extract (rubbish)

Hits value range tinned swertcorn, chocolate bourbon biscuits and mustard screams.

Megglevache Wed 06-Feb-13 08:51:42

Ha ha brilliant @ onus onus

Megglevache Wed 06-Feb-13 08:53:32

Ha ha ha ha ha my phone is not possessed.

It is just posh. ( wonders if posh will come out P o l i S h)

LavenderBriggs Wed 06-Feb-13 09:39:11

Posh? Pfft.

I told my half-Polish friend that she was Ploish. We think it's a nice word.

Megglevache Wed 06-Feb-13 10:06:07

I like Ploish.

That's someone who comes from the posh part of Poland then.

LavenderBriggs Wed 06-Feb-13 10:31:11

I say "told her she was Polish" - she did already know, I wasn't giving her news.

Your phone isn't possessed, it's infectious - that's why I'm going all Ploish with my spelling.

ElephantsAndMiasmas Wed 06-Feb-13 11:30:59

Atchhhly Measly my phone knows you as "Mwanza sneaky".

As you will know, Mwanza is the capital of Sukumaland.

Megglevache Wed 06-Feb-13 12:55:47 need to check the country of origin your phone is from...

<<acts all innocent and superior>>

ouryve Wed 06-Feb-13 12:57:10

I want some Mustard Screams!

Megglevache Wed 06-Feb-13 12:58:25

Ouryve- they were all out of basics but had masses of January diggers <<sic- I thank you>>in grin

GetOrf Wed 06-Feb-13 13:27:14

This thread is brilliant


Megglevache Wed 06-Feb-13 13:41:54

Nowt to do with me grin

JulesJules Thu 07-Feb-13 18:38:30

[grim] [grim] [grim]

Love this thread. Mustard Screams sound brilliant. My sister's phone once autocorrected a hated bosses initials to 'bitch'. Still gives me a warm feeling inside.

I like the value/smart price dark chocolate at Sains or Asda. Smart price smoked salmon trimmings for about 90p - makes lovely smoked salmon quiche.
Sains basics mackerel for mackerel pate.

Megglevache Thu 07-Feb-13 20:20:53

jules price choc are you sure? is it not like Aldi Easter eggs? <<boaks >>

JulesJules Thu 07-Feb-13 20:31:57

MILES better than Easter Egg chocolate or American chocolate.

I test it regularly while I'm making chocolate brownies for me and DH for the children

I think it was on a Mumsnet recommends email once so not just me [grim]

Shaky Thu 07-Feb-13 20:55:56

I want mustard screams they will be known as mustard screams forever more in this house

You may just have invented a new mumsnet saying [grim] grin

phantomnamechanger Thu 07-Feb-13 20:56:58

MN is soooo bad for my health - have just nearly PMSL, am literally crying, and then had a massive coughing fit and nearly choked to death! it was the

Torillus crisis that tipped me over the edge, dear lord! [wheeze]

LavenderBriggs Thu 07-Feb-13 20:58:02

<gently pats Phantom on the back>

phantomnamechanger Thu 07-Feb-13 21:00:20

why, thank you, Lavender

this thread has to go in classics!

dinkystinky Thu 07-Feb-13 21:02:43

I asked MNHQ to put it in classics but got a message back saying it has to be vetted by a panel with strong pelvic floors - or something to that effect....

Megglevache Thu 07-Feb-13 21:14:04

the humiliation was worth it for the 18 pence I'll save on my next big shop.

WhereMyMilk Thu 07-Feb-13 21:35:51


How many valour gaddafi cakes did you buy?confused

DeepRedBetty Thu 07-Feb-13 22:29:27

Thank you. I'm also nominating for Classics as this is considerably funnier than some of the twaddle they've allowed through the Hallowed Halls recently.

But only after I've changed my pants. Yes, I too have had a tiny bit of wee incident due to over enthusiastic snurking blush

ElephantsAndMiasmas Fri 08-Feb-13 08:58:34

I wish I had a phone that would sweatshop will. If I type shot if comes up as shot. Shit.

ElephantsAndMiasmas Fri 08-Feb-13 09:00:28

"swear at will"

Poor will, either way. We re all fair trade swearing round here.

LavenderBriggs Fri 08-Feb-13 09:31:38

Yes, it's about time that Will got a job, even if it doesn't have good conditions.

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